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and would like to acknowledge mr. charles swab, thank you, sir. board president, mr. bob fisher, dennis wong and michael are here with us today. and a man that worked hard long hours with us and that is neale, the director of the museum of modern art. thank you so much. so we talked about this unique partnership. it became a real thing in 2010. lots of meetings and discussion, last year march 2012, we had ground broken on this station and # 12 months later we are here to celebrate the official opening. i'm going to mention other people, but without further a do i'm going to mention the first person i'm proud to work for is an innovative thinker who said yes, let's try this and that for better efficiency and safety. i can't thank this man who has been in several aspect of city government. he understand the types of collaborative efforts necessary to conclude and project like this. now it gives me great pleasure to introduce our great mayor, mayor edwin lee. >> thank you, chief. i want to thank former mayor gave some for having reached this incredible agreement with museum of modern art.
expansion that the museum is doing and that expansion comes with another recognition of the fisher family and their incredible collection of art which this city really still needs to talk about it's deserving of it. i know that the effort that is being made by mr. swab and all the trustees that have made that expansion, it is a serious amount of money to do that. yes they did have to have that expansion. we got that gift out here and the tune of $12 million for the station for the land and design and construction by the fund raising efforts that have gone on. but part of that is lose the make way for a really wonderful collection that for generations years and years to come will appreciate it. i must say that mr. swab has entered into this effort knowing that it was going to take a lot of resources to do. at a time when there are so many other competing interest to be able to talk to people about the collection, about what it means and then about the fire station in addition to that and the public private partnership, i want to again, thank mr. swab for your leadership in doing so and als
benny, i know he's a personal friend of yours, i wish i knew mr. fisher better as well but we are going to enjoy this wonderful collection and so thank you for the modern art and bob for all your leadership for doing this. this would not have happened without that occurring. it is a win win for the city. this station, supervisor kim has just arrived. i want to please welcome her up. we have been doing a lot of openings in your district, supervisor. we just did another one at the entrance transbay center. it's a gold standard, lead gold, i want to thank webcor for their leadership in getting this built and making a smooth transition. i want to thank the fire fighters because it's really the home of the alley cats and they are proud of it and they are proud of the family that they have built here because this is one of the busiest fire stations, firehouse 1, will get those calls, you know that. in fact don't be surprised if a call is made even during a time we are here because there is so much activity going on. but we know they are in a safer place a better performing aspect place, more
for that statement and for joining us today. mr. fisher, please proceed. >> chairman kearp and other distinguished members of the committee, it is indeed an honor to appear to discuss progress and challenges facing the men and women of the united states border patrol. in assessing border security progress one only needs to travel the border and talk with frontline agents to witness and fully appreciate the investments made over the last decade or two. new roads and access to the immediate border have increased. numerous technological advancements have provided critical situational awareness and intelligence collection capabilities while at the same time supporting agents during ground operations. primary fence and vehicle barricades have fundamentally change it had way smuggling organizations operate and aerial platforms with advanced technology have sushly increased the way we deploy on the ground and have led to increased effectiveness along the southwest border. thanks in large part to this committee's support, substantial investment in personnel, technology, and infrastructure along the southw
operations. welcome. second by mrs. michael fisher. mr. fischer is the chief of the u.s. border patrol and in this position responsibility for planning, coordinating and directing efforts to secure our nation's borders. prior, served in a number of leadership positions within the border patrol. cheap shared joined in 1987. i reserve that mrs. randolph, also known as tax mr. last night pronounced alles? >> yes, sir. >> commissioner for border protection office of air and marine. mr. alles, how do you really pronounce it? >> alles if you want to be technical. >> alles, thank you. sure in the office of air and marine as the deputy assistant commissioner in march of 2012 and before joining the cbp, mr. alles served in the u.s. marine corps for 35 years, retiring in 2011 as a major general. semper fi, way to go. mr. alles was designated as a naval aviator in 1978 with 5000 flight hours. this is pretty impressive. within 5000 flight hours. what kind of aircraft? >> f-18 air force, sir. >> 300 combat hours. >> reformat time, iraq. >> install the service, too. final witnesses executive associa
the bus voluntarily, otherwise the police would be called to assist. and mr. fisher disregarded that directive. >> harris: all right, if you keep watching here you'll see the initial attack, the driver then drags the passenger off the bus and tosses him into the line of traffic. the driver now out of a job, facing assault charges. the fight over guns and your second amendment rights about to reach the floor of congress. the next steps in the crucial debate and when lawmakers could actually vote on gun control measures. in the controversy surrounding the 9/11 memorial in lower manhattan. why families of some of the victims are upset by the nonprofit group charged some visitors. ♪ ♪ i don't want any trouble. i don't want any trouble either. ♪ [ engine turns over ] you know you forgot to take your mask off, right? [ siren wailing in distance ] ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing the all-new beetle convertible. now every day is a top-down day. that's the power of german engineering. with the innovating and the transforming and the revolutionizing. it's enough to make you forget
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to senator fisher and go after her. >> senator fisher. >> thank you mr. chairman, and ranking member. thank you mr. secretary for being hereoay, general dempsey, mr. hale i appreciate it i would like to follow up on senator's session about the commitment to the triad and you all agree that you have firm commitment to the triad, is that correct? >> yes. >> general dempsey, you as well. it. >> yes, senator. >> do either of you see any reason to abandon that commitment in the foreseeable future? >> no, i don't see a reason to abandon it. >> nor do i. >> thank you. i ask this because as secretary hagel last week -- you were speaking and testifying before the house armed service committee and you discussed your officer's ask for funds to perform environmental impact statement related to the icbm missile weighing. what ish eis examining? as you know, senator, in the national defense we were expected to exam possible ground base location on the east coast to supplement the two we have on the west coast. we are conducting environmental impact statements to exam those at the direction of the nationa
positions within the border patrol. chief fisher joined the border patrol as a child in 1987. our third witness is rand olve also known as tex. assistant commissioner for u.s. customs and border protection ffice of air and marine. mr. alles. thank you. he joined the office of air and marine as the deputy assistant commissioner in march of 2012. before joining mr. alles served in the u.s. marine corps for 35 years. retiring in 2011 as a major general. sempler if i. way to go as we say. he was dezzilling nated as a naval aviator in 1978 more than 000 flight hours in multim aircraft types. what type? incheweding over 30 o combat hours. you served in the southeast asia? >> no, sir. before my time. iraq. >> thank you. thanks for all that service. final witness is mr. james afmentdenchingance. associate director of homeland security investigations for the u.s. immigration and customs enforcement. as the director he has direct oversite of ice's investigative operations. prior to assuming this he held a number of key leadership positions within ice including special agent in charge for washingt
'm going to root untrendy for my question to senator fisher and go after her. >> thank you, mr. chairman. thank you, for being here, general dempsey i appreciate it very much. i would like to follow up on senator sessions questionnaire about the commitment to the triad and you i'll agree you have a commitment. is that correct? >> yes. >> general dempsey come the u.s. well? >> yes, senator. >> any reason to abandon a commitment in the foreseeable future? >> now, i don't see a reason to abandon. >> neither do i. >> secretary hagel, last week you were testifying before the armed services committee and discuss requests for funds to perform an environmental impact statement related to the icbm missile wing. what is the eis examining? >> as you know, senator, at the national defense authorization act, we are instructed to examine ground-based locations on the east coast to supplement the two on the west coast, fort greeley and brandenburg. we are conduct an environmental impact statement at the direction of the national defense authorization. >> are you looking at any partial shutdowns at all?
. pen menship will be called handwriting and fishermen are just plain fishers. there are few exceptions including manholes. apparently there's no other word that makes sense for that one. >>> we'll have an interview with president george w. bush and mrs. bush tomorrow, as we said, with a sneak peek tonight at 10:00 p.m. on the record with greta. we'll also give you a tour of this new presidential library and museum behind me tonight and a looks at the bush legacy. with that, here's chief washington correspondent james grossman. >> reporter: four years after president george w. bush left washington bringing to a close two tumultuous terms in the white house polls show his approval rating steadily increasing. registered voters are now evenly split in their judgments of the 43rd president, a dramatic improvement over the approval ratings in the 30s that marked his final days. historian steven knot is the author of a sympathetic reassessment. >> far too many of my fellow academics proclaimed the bush presidency a failure even in some cases before his presidency was completed. it took at lea
. that is me name dropping, name dropping isla fisher. >> good morning. >> hey. >>> "good morning america" going gatsby. isla fisher plays myrtle wilson, a woman from the wrong side of the tracks caught up with tom buchanan tremendously. take a look. ♪ ♪ >> no, thank you. >> no? >> mrs. wilson. >> okay. >> nick. >> nick. >> i'm in bonds actually. >> i want you to get on the next train. >> now? >> yes. >> can we get the tour of the apartment? >> whatever you want. >> ah, here to talk about "the great gatsby," the great isla fisher. that theme, it's really where the action starts. it's really where we see what these characters are going to become and also it's again a part of an iconic novel. >> yes. >> your approach, what did you think? >> i was terrified obviously because any time you take on, you know, such an iconic -- an american classic there's going to be a litany of fans that will be disappointed by what you do so it's always -- well, not always but it's terrifying but at the same time this is baz luhrmann directing this movie so you know what you're in for and know it's going t
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